Many -womfeii'"throughout New Zealand will, deeply regret the death of Mrs. Eate-Wilson/Lovell-Smith, which occurred ill Chrißtcburch on. Friday, at the age of 8& years. . More than forty years ago ;Mrs. Lovell-Smith was in the forefront of the worE for the enfranchisement.of women. She was in.tensbly interestedj--• and lier work was recognised by the .presentation, to her of the pen with- -which'--the Governor signed the Act. Mrs. Lovell-Smith was a member of the --firatpNational Council of Woincu established in this country, and was also an enthusiastic member of the W.C.T.U. Mrs. Lovell-Smith was twice married, her first .husband being the late Mr. W. A. Shepherd, who died many yearaugo iv England. Miss Jessie Mackay ; contributes,a very fine tribute to M^ylipyelt-Sniith's personal ; beauty of cKaiiracieK•/' lr:: ; ; -
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OBITUARY, Evening Post, Volume CXVIII, Issue 17, 20 July 1934
OBITUARY Evening Post, Volume CXVIII, Issue 17, 20 July 1934
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